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The democratic presidential candidate Beto O’rourke’s challenge to its gun control policy, while a town hall in Phoenix, AZ.
A woman took 2020 presidential candidate Beto O’rourke to the task, to opinions about illegal immigration and his push for the government to confiscate some guns, at a Phoenix town hall Sunday.
“Hands off our guns, Beto,” the woman said to Churchill open-air food court. “You are not getting our guns. The AR-15 is no more deadly than my Ruger .45.”
The woman referred to a statement by O ‘Rourke, on Sept during the Democrats ‘” third primary debate. 12, when asked whether he would support a mandatory return of the assault-style weapon purchase.
“Hell, Yes, we take your AR-15, your AK-47. We will not allow, that it is said against our fellow citizens, the former Congressman from El Paso, Texas.
The Democrats’ presidential primary debate on the campus of Texas Southern University in Houston on Sept. 12. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, file)
His viral “hell Yes” to the statement asked to speak to a woman in a Colorado campaign later.
“Hell, no, you’re not,” Lauren Boebert said O’rourke.
“Shame on him for his coming to Colorado to explain that to our tragedies,” Boebert said at the time, according to reports, refers to a 2012 shooting that killed 12 people and injured more than 50. “These are our victims, and he came here, a picture to paint for his own campaign, and really, shame on you, sir, to do that.”
On Sunday, unknown Arizona wife goal when O’rourke took on ‘ s stance on illegal immigration.
“I realize that you can stir up a lot of the illegal aliens and encouraging illegal immigration,” she said. The crowd began to boo, and O’rourke said they, “let them talk.”
“We are a nation of laws, and I think it is just a slap in the face to every legal immigrant that has been waiting for and paid for, and played by the rules for immigration in this country, and who is our country, our country, our citizens, our laws respected,” the woman, “and through the process.”
She continued, “To simply just say ‘everyone is welcome here to get all the free stuff and just come across the border’ is, again, a slap in the face to every legal immigrant like my mother who came here legally.”
The crowd screamed when the woman reacts in front O’Rouke, with the ability to address immigration adorns rather than gun confiscation.
WOMAN CONFRONTS BETO O’ROURKE ON GUN CONFISCATION PLANS: ‘SHAME ON HIM’ FOR THE USE OF “OUR TRAGEDIES’
“Stop it, that much we can agree: It is a safe, legal, orderly, quick way should be to come here, to go to with family, to be working on an activity, to be able to school, against persecution or, in some countries, death,” he said. “I would like to work together with you to ensure that our immigration and asylum-reaching laws to this end.”
“But, what a slap in the face, my conscience and with the best traditions of this country, the children from their parents and putting them in cages is,” O’rourke continued.
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“We have lost in this country, the lives of seven children in our care and in our care. There are tens of thousands waiting on the other side of the border in an Orwellian name of migrant protection-log […] — vulnerable, destitute, fearful”, he said. “You will be preyed upon [by] those who exploit [people] that no defense left.”
O’rourke added: “If immigration is a problem, it could be the best of the possible problems in this country. I want the asylum seekers here in this country. I would like to, that we live according to our conscience, our laws, our obligations and the best, boldest, brightest future we could possibly have.”
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He concluded, “the immigrants are no threat to you or me. Stop traffic in these lies.”
Fox News’ Madeleine Rivera in Phoenix, and Sam Dorman contributed to this report.